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The ‘Books and Publications’ section of Hye Etch is a showcase of Armenian related books, music CDs and various other publications. Its main aim is to promote and encourage Armenian literature, music, arts, culture etc. and at the same time give our visitors the opportunity to purchase these publications directly from the publishers and/or writers.

All the books and publications showcased within are real and genuine. Each item has been inspected and approved by Hye Etch before listing it on these pages. Please be advised that Hye Etch offers this service FREE of charge and has no affiliation with any of the writers, musicians, publishers etc.

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Book Title: The Greedy Sparrow - An Armenian Tale
Author/s: Lucine Kasbarian, author. Maria Zaikina, illustrator.
ISBN: 978-0-7614-5821-0 Price: $18 US + Postage
No. of Pages: 32 in colour Size: 29 x 22.5 cm
Language: English Cover: Hardcover with library binding.
Purchase From: Marshall Cavendish Publishers
Mailing Address: 99 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591, USA
Contact Details: Janet Kelly, Customer Service, Tel: 1 (914) 332-8888; Fax: 1 (914) 332-1082
Email: jkelly@marshallcavendish.com
Web Site: www.marshallcavendish.us/marshallcavendish-us/children/catalog/listing.xml

Brief Description: The Greedy Sparrow: An Armenian Tale is from the ancient Armenian oral tradition and culture, which was nearly obliterated during the Turkish genocide of the Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks in 1915. The author learned the tale from her father, editor and columnist C.K. Garabed, who would recite it to her at bedtime. He had learned it from his own grandmother, a celebrated storyteller from the Old Country. The tale was first put to paper by Armenian poet Hovhannes Toumanian at the turn of the 20th century. The Greedy Sparrow is the first time this tale has been presented in the English language as a childrenís picture book. The story begins in old Armenia with a sparrow who catches a thorn in his foot. As he asks for help, he sets off an intriguing cycle of action that transports him through the Armenian countryside, encountering people engaged in traditional folkways. The Greedy Sparrow ends with a surprising twist and conveys moral messages about greed, selfishness and using oneís judgment. A free, companion activity and discussion guide is available on the authorís website here: www.lucinekasbarian.com/activities.html


CD-ROM Title: Armenian Genocide 1915-1923
Author: ITE CJSC
Language: English / Armenian
Price: $40 US + Postage
Purchase From: ITE CJSC
Mailing Address: 2 Arshakuniats street, Yerevan 0023, Armenia
Contact Details: Tel:+374 10 52-82-82, +374 93 89-94-82  Fax:+1 413 556-66-49 
Email: info@bazmaweb.am
Web Site: www.bazmaweb.am

Brief Description:
The CD-ROM “Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923” is dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide, which took place in the Ottoman Empire during the period of 1915-1923. Archival documents and press clippings concerning the Genocide were used, as well as Armenian and foreign eyewitness accounts, more than 1000 photos illustrating Western Armenian settlements and Western Armenian life before 1915, the main process of the Genocide, those responsible for the Genocide, the Armenian resistance and survivors. The menu contains an interactive Timeline (including the period from the San Stefano Treaty up to 1965 the year when the international process of recognition of the Armenian Genocide began), Photobook, FAQ, Recognition, Archives, Press Clippings, Eyewitnesses, Maps and Bibliography.

The interactive CD-ROM "Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923" was recognized by the World Summit Award 2005 Grand Jury as one of top 10 products in e-learning category.



CD-ROM Title: Aram Khachaturian: Life and Works
Author: ITE CJSC
Language: English / Armenian / Russion Price: $40 US + Postage
Purchase From: ITE CJSC
Mailing Address: 2 Arshakuniats street, Yerevan 0023, Armenia
Contact Details: Tel:+374 10 52-82-82, +374 93 89-94-82  Fax:+1 413 556-66-49 
Email: info@bazmaweb.am
Web Site: www.bazmaweb.am

Brief Description:
The CD-ROM “Aram Khachaturian: Life and Works” is representing the life and music of one of the greatest composers of the 20th century. Like no other musical new media project, “Aram Khachaturian: Life and Works” has succeeded in immersing the user into a captivating journey to the world of composer. Enhanced with in-depth commentary, personal recollections, documentary movie and audio clips and photographs it transposes us into the music and life of this great man from the crossroad of Eastern and Western civilization: Armenia. The choice of music accompanying each section gives us a clear understanding of the exceptional mix of Oriental melodic tradition with Occidental symphony techniques that made the work of Khachaturian so unique.

“Aram Khachaturian: Life and Works” CD-ROM has been selected by the World Summit Award 2005 Grand Jury as the world's best cultural CD/DVD multimedia product of 2005. Shortly before, in June 2005, “Aram Khachaturian: Life and Works” CD-ROM won All Armenian 2005 National e-content contest “Mashtots 1600”:

Armenian Alphabet Poster
Poster Title: Armenian Alphabet Poster (The Alphabet Tree)
Author / Designer: John Semerdjian
No. of Pages: 1 in colour Price: $35 US Inc. Postage
Language: Armenian Size: 42 x 29.7 cm
Purchase From: SSS Graphics (Hye Etch)
Mailing Address: Level 1, 856 Pittwater Rd. Dee Why, NSW 2099 Australia
Contact Details: Tel: +(61) 2 9984-0332 - Fax: +(61) 2 9984-0334
Email: sales@HyeEtch.nareg.com.au
Web Site: www.HyeEtch.nareg.com.au/poster

Brief Description: The Alphabet Tree poster is a colourful and stylised representation of the Armenian alphabet. Each one of the 38 characters sits on top of a beautiful flower motif surrounded by leaves and grapes hanging from vine planted in a classic gold and navy blue vase. The source of inspiration for this artwork is a beautiful Armenian mosaic called "The Tree of Life" found in Jerusalem (An excellent Armenian gift – Highly recommended).

Special offer: With every poster purchased you will receive a FREE Alphabet Chart.

For more information and to view the poster and the Alphabet Chart, please click



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